Union finance minister meets state finance ministers and central bank governors!
Bangalore, Nov. 26: Union minister for finance and corporate affairs Nirmala Sitharaman called upon Start-ups to make optimum use of G – Summit which is being attended by finance ministers and central bank governors at the upcoming G-20 Summit lead by India in February held in Bengaluru.
Inaugurating the national-level Inclusive Growth in the Start-up Inclusion Summit (SIS) she said that the start-up. Project report should be prepared as per their requirement she suggested. In order to pay-back to the home state Karnataka, which has given me an opportunity to reach Rajyasabha, this crucial summit is being organised. At least one major session will be organised in different state and the summit during the next year will be important, she added.
With the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi the current year is declared as year of millets World Health Organisation. Start-ups have a bright opportunity to create a niche in the field of millets. This not only doubles the agri income to formers but helps the farming community. More employment opportunity will be created, he added.
Technology has been growing exponentially. India has failed to adapt it. Every month six Rs. 600 crore worth transaction is taking place and the general people are made empowered.
The programme was organised under the aegis of Core Discover Your Core, Vananam and 10,000 ecosystem.
India is in forefront with regard to environment change. India is taking important role in implementing Paris treaty. Rain has become uncertain and heavy downpour pours in just two days in place of months. Hence special attention. Like social responsibility environmental responsibility must to adapted by the start-ups, said Sitharaman.